Watch Charlie Puth Cowl Sam Smith’s Unholy | Video

Go away it to Charlie Puth to make a horny music sound even sexier. The “Mild Swap” singer lately lined Sam Smith and Kim Petras’s TikTok-famous anthem “Unholy” on SiriusXM, and his stripped-down rendition of the synth-heavy observe has us feeling a bit of sizzling below the collar. Earlier than performing, Puth informed listeners, “I like this music, I like the individuals concerned on this music, and I simply spoke to Sam this morning and informed [them] that I’d be doing this.” He added, “Hopefully I can do it justice,” earlier than smashing his model out of the park.

Solely accompanied by an acoustic guitar, Puth’s smooth-as-silk vocals shone as he crooned your entire music from begin to end with out skipping a beat — sure, he even included Petras’s sped-up solo verse. We by no means knew we would have liked to listen to him sing the road “Daddy, daddy, if you need it, drop the addy,” however now that we have now, it is ingrained in our brains from right here on out.

“Unholy” commanded consideration as quickly as Smith and Petras started teasing it on TikTok in August, inspiring a sultry dance problem earlier than the total model even dropped on Sept. 22. The collaborative observe lately nabbed the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Sizzling 100, making Smith and Petras the primary brazenly nonbinary and transgender artists to prime the chart, respectively. Followers can count on to listen to Smith sing it throughout their “Gloria” tour throughout the UK and Europe subsequent yr.

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